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- Serves as a liaison to or a member of CAO teams tasked with researching, analyzing, developing, and applying a wide range of qualitative and/or qualitative methods to assess and improve administrative and operational programs.
- Identifies and frames problems; prepares, cleans, and formats data, analyzes data to determine patterns or trends, creates visualizations to display insights both numerically and graphically, and presents high level insights and resulting actions to key stakeholders.
- Presents findings and recommendations utilizing written and oral communication skills. Prepares documents, written reports, and presentations to support analysis. Provides information to CAO Immediate Office managers and staff in the form of statistical reports, summaries, and charts.
- Leads business needs and data collection efforts. Based on thorough knowledge and understanding of program objectives, works with relevant systems owners and data stewards to ensure proper understanding of data elements and sources. Advises on data collection options that optimally support project goals. Assists with new data collection efforts when needed. Provides advice on how electronic data should be managed for analysis.
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